SNOOPY IN SPACE: SEASON 2 TRAILER, NOVEMBER 12 ON APPLE TV +

Apple TV + today released the space trailer for the second season of Snoopy in Space – In Search of Other Life , out with all twelve episodes on November 12 on the streaming platform.

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After exploring the Moon and visiting the Space Station in Season 1, Snoopy and the Gang are ready for their next big adventure, an epic journey across the universe to find out if there really is life outside of Earth.

The trailer

The intrepid Snoopy embarks on an interstellar journey to unravel one of humanity’s most gripping mysteries: is there life out there in the universe? Snoopy and his friends embark on NASA’s most exciting mission: from searching for traces of ice and ancient fossils on Mars, to drilling hidden oceans within distant moons, to searching for exoplanets far beyond our solar system. Of course, like any exploratory mission, there are many adventures that await Snoopy and Woodstock along the way, but the two will always be able to count on the support of Charlie Brown, Franklin, Marcie, Linus and the rest of the Peanuts gang at the Johnson Space Center. Let the journey begin!

Snoopy in Space – In Search of Other Life is a Daytime Emmy Award nominated and Parents’ Choice Gold Award-winning Apple original children’s series. In partnership with WildBrain, along with Peanuts Worldwide, the series is designed to inspire a passion for space exploration and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) disciplines among the next generation of students. This season’s focus on the theme of space is centered on the “Search for other forms of life”, to highlight the scientific and technological processes underlying the exploration of space, the need for resilience in the face of setbacks and the importance of imagination when looking for creative solutions.

The series is produced by Mark Evestaff, who is also showrunner, as well as Craig Schulz, WildBrain’s Josh Scherba, Anne Loi and Stephanie Betts and Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates’ Paige Braddock.